The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 24, 1946 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, June 24, 1946
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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, JUNE 24, 19.10 Fish Fry Compliments Mrs? Ross,- Violinist Mr", and Mrs. Alton B. Jaggeis entertained Saturday nlglH at their home, 1120 West Hearn, \vlth a Ush iry honoring Mrs. Lockle Ross ol Memphis and her son. Morris Cor?me ,o'. New York City. Mrs. Ross and son are here until Friday as guests of her sister, Mrs. nights J. G. Barnes! Mr. Barnes, and Mr. vv i]ds" tiid Mrs. Jaggers. j, aV e They will then go to Memphis, where lie plans to spend the Suin- iner and play Die bass violin at the MOAT. Mr. corzine, well known musician, during the winter season playc'd in Cuba nncl various other [joints with symphony orchestras and has appeared in number of times. Searchers Find Eight-Year-Old Lost Six Days in Devil's Den Park 1-AYETTEVILl.E, Ark., June 24 her, whom (liousaiicls of wayfarers (UI'I—Past legends of the Ozarks for centuries have known tis the were dwarfed today by the true patron Saint of travelers. adventure of a little |t!rl who won derecl unliarmcd lor six days anil in desolate and trackless Stie was round by Porter Cliacl- wlrk. n University of Arkansas student from Pine Hlnfl, where several lost travelers member of a posse ilml had c-omb- perished from exhaustion, ed the mountains for days. Tin' r and (error. search ha ( | left her father, .rohn Eight-year-old Kalherme Vi-.n t Van Alsl. of Kuhsas City, Mo., lu Alst. a cily girl on tier first visit n state of eollr.pse. to the mountains and without I chadwick and his pnrly hud knowledge of wonits lore, was res- battled their way through dtusi! cued late Satnrrluy in a inmimnri | nndoi-growth n nil' limestone tmt- Plan Summer Vacation In Hardy, Ark., Camp Summer finds Blytheville residents goiiiK to'. vacation spots Inr mid ne«r for "fun and sun" Bin the favorite place seems to be it nearby Hardy.' ' * A number o! local families w ul . r pond 'the month of July at Hardy while others will 'stay the entire £ummer'...and still others, only a I.. L. Wa'rd;'JrV will be In Hnrdy all Sumni?r' to' ; mn,riage his ca:np, Rio Vista; where r i'lost Blythevins people have - rented cottages. Mrs. Fred .Child and children. Rosemary, Patricia, Carolyn. Freddie^ Marguerite aid Ss ra, will leave Sunday Tor Rio'Vlsta to spend the moiith of July. Also spending July In Hnrdy will be Mrs. W. D. chnmb'in,.son, Bill, and their guest, Miss Delia O'S'.iea of Alexandria, I.a. Mr. chamWin will accompany them wlien they t ro t 0 tlieir cnbln Sunday and spend • the week there. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Crawford ?n.i children are spending the Summer at Rio Vista nnd (he John McDow- ells.' have returned home after spending a week there. Mr. and Mrs. Jess; H. Webb will continue their frequent trips to their cattle 'ranch at Hnrdy. They are building- a lodge on Spring River where tlieir ranch is located. cave in the d;cp woods of Devil's Memphis n Om stn(c . |..,,.|j 11M1> . llf!t . p Ehc hncl mis-Sinn since Inst Runday .when sh" went for a stroll near her parents' vacation camp, tcok the wrong path and lir'Jore she kne'.v it found her.iclf hopelessly lost in ^ mi\7.e of trees undergrowth and japped liines'.one mountains. Her rescuers were a'.naxed at tlr; i insect lilies. JJut otherwise child's ainiareiil rranplete lack oi iwas unharmed, and doctors fear and the pcrfeclly serene man- ! Pnycllovlllc hospital sa;,l rier in which she hurt accepted tn- would be released filer a few <l I'hEliticoil or denlh :n (he wilder- rest. - I Katheilnp said she realized UIc Kiitherlne, whose fnmllv }•> levoudy Catholic, significantly was vearlng the niNlnl of at. cln'is;o|i- cropplngs to near the summit .'>r a mountain when their periodic <:il!s were finally rcwardt'tl by '.lie child's answer. "Here I am." She sli'ppc;! oiil or a cave where sh ( , had slept for three niehls ni:tl smiled wanly nl her rescuers. She was wcarlnn the battling suit slit- liad on the (|ay slie was lost, nncl her exposed body was covered !>v Bits of News Mostly Personal Blytheville Girl Elected Homemakers almost from Hie start that she wn:: hopelessly lost in the Cxark wilds bill for some rcnsoii was nnatral: 1 . Bettie Scott Bride Of Richard Carson Miss Bettie Scott, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Butler of Csceola, became the bride of Klchsiid Carson, son of Leonard Carson of St. Louis, and the late Mrs. Carson, in a ceremony June IS :n St. jLouis. The wedrtiiii; was solemnized at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Grr.dy with the Rev. Harold Camp, pastor of the Shaw Avenue Melhodist church, officiating Miss Wilma Hu(f. of St. was the bride's maid of honor, and HuVold Bom-genus, hi.s best man. j Mis.Carson was graduated from] Osceola High School and he was graduated from Lebanon. 111.. High School. He attended McKcndree College al I,ebrinon. He Is a veteran of five years Army service, j Mr. and Mis. Carson" will make Iheir home in St. Louis, where he is employed | President Accepts SEC Chairman's Resignation Mfcs Patsy Travis of Ulythcvillc v.-as-elected president of the Mississippi County Fcdcralion Fnlur- Komftnakers of America at a meeting "Friday at the Home Economics Qottage. Mfis Frances Bailey, assistant su- pt:rv>or or Home T2<:onomics in Arkansas, was in charge of t-\c session] G&er officers to serve are Miss Carirfyn Lauderdale of Joiner, vice present; MUss Captola Reese o- Keirjr, -ecrctary. Among those attending the mert- WAEHINGTON, June 24. 'Ul' 1 — President Tniman tpdjiy accaptnd, rf the resignation of danson P(ircell' '*P' a.~ chairman of tlic securities 'and exchange commission. President Truman also accepted today tile resignation oi Randall Iv.un as indnslrv member of the Wugfl Stabilization Board, eficc- !lvc , T une 15. A Colcmim Barrett, who has'been serving as an aHer- ( iinte Industry member, was 11,11111- nntcd lo succeed Irwln. Conference Is Called in Hospital Roy/ MEMPHIS, Tcnn., June 24. <UP> —Another attempt to settle disputes at lire Baptist Hospital here will be made soon when executive secretaries of the Baptist. Conventions of Tennessee, Mississippi and Louis " Arkansas meet with dls-tt untied ' doctors to iron out the situation here. The meeting of the Baptlil leaders was announced yesterday by Dr. Charles W. Pupa Nashville. Tcnn., Executive secretary ot the Tennessee! Convention. Criticism of the hospital's administration has been centered in 51 doctors of the Memphis and Shelby County Medical Society who claim the rooms at the hospital have not been made available fairly to all doctors. Dr. Lawrence T. Lower;/. Blue Mountain, M;SS., president ol the hospital's board of trustees, last, week; made, a lyro-clay tjivestlga- "•—'.-of 'the .doctor's charges. "- Iflg Miss Mnrpavct Brownies nnd^Irs. Travis Morgan "of Join er. Miss Nannie Sue" Crews. MT^s Joye* Stubbs and Miss Cora Rogers or Reiser, Mrs. O. O. Stlres of Manila and Miss Mildred Mcndor and ••Miss Elvira Sellers of Blytlie- ville?J ay fee Delegates Leave Foi' National Convention Tile Blytheville Junior chamber of (Jommerce and the state group will /be represented at the national convention in Milwaukee this week by four local menibers. O$io Stanfield, one of the two -• national directors from Arkansas. wlir-'serye as a delegate from the statS' organization and L. G. Thojnpson Jr., E. M. Terry and Uth» Barnes are dclcgiilcs from the "•Blytheville group. Miss Gwaltney Graduated From Air Lines School Miss Mnry Carolyn Gwaltney of from for Hills. East- light 1-Oni; Csccola has graduated ern Air Lines School Attendants at Forrest Island. She has been assigned to serve aboard a silvcrliner. with .leatlquartet.s in Miami, Fli\. Miss Gwaltney. who formerly ivcd in Wilson, attended school n Osceola. She was employed by .be Mississippi Valley Canning Co.. Csecoln, as a secretary, before entering Eastern Air Lines school for Flight Attendants. '.•Spokesmen for the mccttcal ciety charged the truslee> were dominated by A. E. Jennings, chairman of the hospital's executive cummiUec. who lias born the brunt of their attacks. It is believed the action of the executive- secretaries was designed lo bring Ihe investigation :itovc the level of the counter-charges ainl give the society the lull inquiry It has demanded. Other executive secretaries in the three stales are Dr. Scuttle McCall. Jackson. Miss., who is now m South America, and Bridges. Little Rock, Dr. Ark. Ben I, ," CARD OF THANKS W? woulrt like to express our sincere thanks and appreciation to the many friends who were so kind and ^helpful at the lime of the recent death of our father, W. L Curric. Your kindnesses will ncvci "bs forgotten. - Tlie Currie Family. Army Air Force Bomber Crashes in Aleutians Coming Events TUESDAY Mrs. Lloytl SUcktuon hostess to Tuesday Bridge Club. WEDNESDAY Mrs. R. C. Rose entertains Town and Country Bridge Club nt IILT home in Roselaml. THURSDAY GNU club meeting witli Mrs. Byron Nnll. Alpha Beta Bunco Club member guests of Mrs. Lane Novel I. Friendly !!o:)k Club mcetm;; with Mrs. R. A. Copcluiul. ANCHORAGE, Alaska. June 2-1 I UP)—Army Air Force officers o: liic Alaskan dcpnrliucni at Elinen- ! dorf Field rcporled today thai a U-24 crashed on Hie Aleutian Ts- niids of Shcmya June 1C. killing ull mcnibers of the crew. Officers said Hie craft plunged nlo a quartermaster warehouse on :iic norlli side ( ,r the island, <t»- stroying contents valued at approximately $<IOO.OOO. Miss Ha Fields, Miss Lois Fields Miss Mary Fields and Owen Alexander left yesterday lor Pittsburgh, Pa. They accompanied Mrs. Murie (.eon of Pittsburgh, who has been the guest two weeks In floselaud 01 Mrs. A. M. Cluircli. The group plan to visit in Philadelphia and oilier points before returning home. Miss Nancy Uracy left yesterday n> return to her home In Little Hock, tifler having been here several <lay s as guest of Miss Mary nelchel, and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Relchel, 1201 West Hearn, Ucul. and Mrs. Gene Hargetl arrived last night from Fort. Worth. Texas, where he has been stationer., to be guests of his mother. Mrs. Edna JI. Hires, and father. Floyd Hargett. and hoiiseguests ot Mr. und Mrs. Jesse Sccrnan. Lleiite- innt Hargett will leave within a cw days for Oreensboro. N. C,. from .vhejq he will go to Frankfurt. CJer- nany for a year's service. Mrs. Hargett will remain here two weeks, nfler which she will TO In Houson. Texas, to be wlili, relatives 31ie will Join Lieutenant Hnrgett in Frankfurt In two months. Mrs. E. M. Latla returned to her iiomc in Memphis ycslerday after liavlng been the guest a week ot her son. W. E. Buchanan, and family. Highway 01 North! She was motored to her home by Mr. Buchanan Miss Joyce Walls, daughter oi Mr. and Mrs. K. V. Walls, has returned from Wapnnpcllo, Mo., where she sjicnt a week's vacation. Accompanying Miss Walls were John Williamson or Cardwell, Mo., his falher. c. T. Williamson, and Mrs. Williamson, of Paragould. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Caldwell. !15 East Ash street, spent the weekend In Memphis as guests ot Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lyon. Mrs. Wallace Penrosc of Hur!- hiMlon. vt., hns returned home after having been here a brief time us guest of Her aunt. Mrs. W. C. Lcggett. and family, 400 North "Firth, and In Memphis with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. B. O. LcgRclt. and :. Carl. Mrs. Penvose. the former Miss Alice Leggett. accompanied her mother and brother back after they had been her guests three weeks. Mrs. Morris Zcllner returned home Saturday from St. Lou(s where she had spent B; week: on ^business- mid visiting her sister. Mrs. L. Uerger. who formerly lived here. Mrs. Myrtle? Osbroii has been admitted lo Blytheville Hospital f(jr Ueatmenl. Her condition is sal- ijfuclory. Mrs, 'Arthur Vance, who full down a bank while fishing at Big 1 nke several days ago, is improved. Examinations disclosed no broken bones and a back injury is not expected to be serious, she is at Blytheville Hospital. Mis. John F. Fields is spending several days in Hot Springs with relatives of Mr. Fields. He will fly over for her tomorrow. Ixjuis" Applebaum. 1120 West Chlckasawba. is undergoing a routine examination at Memphis Baptist Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. U. H. Holt aurt daughter and son. Miss Margaret Holt and Bill Holt, have gone lo Newport, Tcnn.. to spend n week Mrs. Holt's aged father who is At The Hospitals Admitted: Sophia Smith, Luxora. Mrs. W. H. Chandler, city. Mrs. ,!. L, Thurinan, Osceola. Mrs. B. H, Welch, city. HayinMul Bell, cily. Mrs. L. s Wheeler, city. . Mrs. A. F. Beard. Manila. Martin Paskcy, city. Mrs. Ear! Leslie, city, Mrs. Myrtle Osborn, city. Mrs, \da Movrlscllc, Armorel. Dismissed: E C. Matthews, city. Mrs. V E. Hill, city. Mrs. James Ketchum and baby, city. Eve)y:i Key, city. Walls Hospital AdmltUd: Frames Alexander, fit. 3, cily. JaiiK.'i Strong, Cooler, Mo. Mrs. Clyde Clark. Manila. Weslfy Adams, cily. I. M. Whllwcll, Braggadocio, Mo, Mrs. I. M. Whilwell, Braggadocio. Mt. E. J. Smilh, city. Mrs. Jesse Loll, HI. 1, city. Born lo Mr. and Mrs. Dock Weaver. Sleele. Mo., a son last. night. Dlsmiss:d ; • Marctlla Calhoun, Dell. Mrs. F. R. Tuno and baby. city. Sue U>ng. Rt. 3, cily. Wanca Fay Rhodes, Rt. 2, cily. Pearl e MeMinn. Warden. Mo. Eisenhower Says Nazis Licked Weeks Before Crossing Rhine •2. The haUle. for tlic Fulatse |:otke(, where the "eneiny showed Dial fata] tendency to mid Iil}ht when all the logic of war demanded Ills withdrawal." It was hero, Kisenhoiver said, Unit Hie Eattlp of Fiance was deeliled. WASHINGTON. June 24. (U.P.) —"The w;ir was won before Hie Rhine was crossed." That is Gen. Dwight, D. Eisenhower's own e.slimate of Ihe way the victory over Germany was won by th 0 great Allied forces of the west.. i The Supreme Allied Command- /(_.—) er's report, prepared last year for " ' ' Ihe combined chiefs of staff, was made public by Hie War Department only today after deletion of certain sectioiri on ground of military security. Ill a 122-page summary filled i 1). S. I.antrij), state 4-H Club with glowing praise for Allied 1 audit, spent a short time here Pri- trtjops. Eisenhower said Germany's j duy on Extension Service business fate was seated during the great i a tier having attended the National buttles which vugcd V/esl. of the niilm; Hiver during February and March of 1945. The final .surrender came in May. "fn the lowland counlry between the Rhine and the, In the Eifel and in the Saar," the general said, "the armies which had been intended to defend Germany were shattered beyond recovery. 'Tile potential barrier of the Rhine lay practically undefended before us and from that lime onward there wns no German force el Baptist Church. Also assisting In the course wt<j S. It, Rebscoch, Sutuluy School MI- jerintendenl. The study course followed :i luirch census taken by members nd covering a five-mile ratlins. Rubira McMinn. Warden, Mo. Mrs. Eddie Rlggs, Rt. 1, city. Gaslon James. Joiner. Mrs Harry Button and baby, eily. Aiidi-J A.sli. Biaggnclocio, Mo. Mrs. T. J. Mercer. Cooler. Mo. Mrs. J. W Finnell ond baby. Tfuffmin. Mrs. Arthur liook. city. Mrs. inilnrd nel'riest and son. Jloi'ncrivillc, Mo. I,, c. Faust, Ifaytl, Mo. Mmi])his Baptist IlnspK^H Admfltid: Opal Wicker, city. Loui5 Applebaum, city. Mcsiphis Methodist Hospilal Adniitt'd: Mrs. Baker Turner. Osceola. Samta Pollard, Osceola. Mimphis Mcl.emore Clinic Admitted: Maiiia Allenswortli, Wilson. Dental Examinations Conducted in Little Rock Would-be dentists in .Arkansas will be given examinations this week i>; Dr. Fred Child, president of Ihe Arkansas Board of Dental Examiners, following their graduation fiun dental colleges. :: : 15r. Child went to Little Rock Saturday afternoon, where he will spend several days. n existence capable of halting uur forward march. Tile war v;as won before the Rhine was crossed." Eisenhower said Allied victory was assured at, all time. 1 ; by superiority in airpower ond arms r.nd the "indomitable spirit of the men of Hie Allied Nations.' 1 It was hastened, he said by stubbornness and strategical blundering by the enemy on several crucial occasions. The general, now U. a. Army Chief of Staff, said three phnsc-s of the European operations stood out as most decisive. These were: !. The initial batile for (he Normandy beaches and tile breakthrough beyond St. Lo. A/"ior->f /\y Ci 11 Is Visitor in Blytheville Boys ami Girls 4-H Washington, D. C. He was accompanied uy Lewis Smith of Prairie Count/, second place winner of the Arkansas 4-H Club contest last year and who received the trip xs an award. Mr. Lantrip formerly yas North Mississippi County A^ricullura ayent and later fanned rere before returning to extension A'ork. He now is headquartered in Little Rock. Study Course Concluded The study course at Aunorel Baptist Church was complHcd '.-'ridaj night with 12 graduate: qualifyin: for awards. The course, which began June 12 was conducted by the Rev. M. Wiles of Blytheville. He was assisted by the Rev. D. c. Mayo, who re cenlly accepted pastorate of Anno IT C H i N G ^PIMPLES ^ BLACKHEADS SKIN. SUCCESS OINTMENT W. J. Pollard Agency Safe, sound insurance protection, properly applied. Phone 3545 Glencoe Hotel lilitj. Caruthcrsville News Mrs. Jolin Van Ansclal! w,is removed to Memphis today In a I.a Forge ambulance. She is to iinclerio treatment at a hospital there. Water makes up more than 55 i per cent or the weight of a live chicken. There i.s no difference between ealie and beet sugar from the point of sweetness. THE BEAUTY CLINIC Margaret Deen Smith, Owner tngram RIdz. Phone 3274 Arkansan Dies at 104 In Home in Dardanelle PAHUANELLE. Ark., <tj.P.) — F\inera> services June 24. are being for Jesse Wade, aged 1OV vilib died at the home of a :;on, .lames Waile, yeslcrrtiij 1 . Wade, the oldest resident ot Pope County. \vas born in Tennessee. but livtil in Arkansas since childhood. NURSES!! Tills great medicine Is famous to relieve pain, nervous (lls- tn-ss nutl wctife, 'clrayyivl out' feplin^s, cT 'cirtnlii clays' — when clue to female /wit- tlonnl monthly dlitUirh- Xt^ nnces. Worth trying) * LYOIAf.PIHKHAM'S Select these: • Sterling cups, spoons, ete. • Chililrcn's sreetiii); cards •liaby's auto scat • Books—adult and childrr.ii • Higlichairs anil jiails • Crih bumpers • Chu\ di.s|)osablc fliapcrs Sec Us Alioul "Pcrma- broni/.inj;" Your Jtaby's shoos. TOT SHOP Phone 2308 105 South Second Every Tuesday Thursday nntt Saturday Music liy Duke Doyle Lee anil his 7-1'iccc Band For Reservations Call 3984 TWIN GABLES Visit Our New Recording Studio! We have installed the very latest Equipment for Recording. .Voices, IJand and Orchestra lltisie and Messages. We also Rent Sound Equipment for Indoor and Outdoor Events. BLYTHEVILLE RADIO SUPPLY Wholesale Only Phone 467 112So. 1st St. Heart Courier News Wtmt Ads. After Your 40th Birthday . . . Life Is ottcii one ache afler another. Drink Mountain Valley Water as a natural aid in the treatment of ARTHRITIS and NEURITIS. Don't neglect recurring pains. Ask your Doctor about Mountain Valley Water, and lunv It helps to cllininntc pain- causing loxins. Order a case, today. CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Main and Division Blythevilfe, Ark. Where Your Fjowcrs Are—You Arel One call to us will arrange to have yo.ur remembrances sent, not just once, but month after month. Ask about this plan. FLOWER SHOP c.t.n. Service We Deliver Anywhere Fh. W Mrs. J. M. (Mae) William*, owner GteneM BM*. FELIX A. CARNEY City Radio Repair Radios and Appliances 324 E. Main St. Phone 2407 WANTED Good automobile mechanic. Would pay 75c per hour for medium mechanic or SI for tip top man. Must know how (o handle electric welder and torch. We will Ktuiranlec 11 hours work per day ill five days a week, and very likely can give you least i(> to 77 hours a week. Sec JESSE WEBB ALFALFA MILL Phone 2917 COLD PREPARATIONS liquid—Tabl«ts —Solve —Noso Diops Hem eati«ii»d millions lor Girls Pinafores . Baby Dresses . . . Boys Rompers . . Si/.es 1 to .'! Values-: S2.75 (n SI.00 Out They (iu at— GIFT SHOP MOSS KKVAN 103 East Main Continuous Shoves , Every Day Boi Office Opens 1:4t Show SU ts 2:«n LISTEN TO KI.CN 9:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Last Time Today 'Guest Wife' with Claudelle Colbert ami. Don Anietlie 'aramount News ;iml Scclritil Slioils Cuutinunus Showing Lvery Day Tuesday and Wednesday The Virginian .with Joel McCrea aurl llriiin I)onle\'y Continuous shuvviii!^ every dur Coming Soun lo the Ilitz: SARATOGA TRUNK with lllRrlrt Bergmann *i Gary Cooper FROM THIS DAY FORWARD witll Joan Fontaine &, Mark Stevens Terry Abstract & Realty Co. Abstracts of Title — Lands — Loans 213 W. Walnut Phone 2381 CHAMBLIN SALES CO. Sales Studebakcr Service WE BUY AND SELL (JOOD USED CARS Lex Cnamblin Bill Chamhlin i'hone 2195 Railroad & Ash Sis. Top Prices for Cattle, Hogs Short haul — Less shrinkage and no commission means more money for your livestock. LEO SWIFT"™ Matinees Saf. * Sun. Only Box Office Opens K:K Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. ami Sun. Bargain Nighl Every Night Except Saturday. Mo passes honored on Sunday at the Rosy. Last Time Today Cobra Woman with Jon Hall anil Maria Montr* Fox News and Selected Slmrl Subject SPECIAL At the Roxy Today Pictures of the Louts-Conn Fight Phone 3458 Tue.sday and Wednesday An American Romance willi Brian Dnnlrvy and Ann Itirlnrds Just Before Dawn with Warner Tl.ixler and Ailrlle Roberts

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